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"Agreeing to monitor foreign influence on steel, both hope ending terrorists, will get all free nations to ratify the new deal replacing NAFTA Andy Field. ABC news. Thirty one reported tornadoes, mostly in western Kansas and Nebraska Friday night, widespread severe weather will be possible across the plains in Mississippi valley today with damaging winds, very large hail and a few tornadoes, and heavy rain that could produce flooding at a new plan in one state legal weed. Marijuana regulators in Massachusetts this week. Okay. A plan to begin to open cannabis cafes or adults can legally use pot in a social setting. It could also allow marijuana at certain outdoor public events. The three to vote by the cannabis control commission includes an initial test program, in up to a dozen cities or towns, wants the state legislature votes to give local communities the power to issue the proper licenses. This is ABC news. Hey guys Kinnear from income store. I needed to take a minute, just to brag on her almost two hundred amazing employees in two thousand nine we changed our tagline to we can grow any business in any industry at anytime the world, trusted us and help us become a five time Inc. Five thousand honoree are two hundred employees have done two major things at the same time. We manage eighteen hundred money-making websites and over two hundred and sixty ecommerce sites for our client partners across the globe thirty four percent of Americans visit one of these assets last year, but at the same time, these amazing employs have stopped her life every single week and recorded videos and podcasts of exactly how we grow these digital assets. If you're looking to figure out how we do it just go to door. Number one. It's free. You can studied thousands of hours of material and how to grow your business. If you have money. But no time go to door. Number two. It's a bit pricey. But our managed services are absolutely incredible. You gotta check out income store dot com are two hundred ploys are absolutely amazing. No triple crown this year. ABC's Scott Wykoff is in Baltimore with a preview of this year's running of the black eyed Susan's for the first time in twenty three years, the Kentucky Derby winning wars will not be running here at Pimlico in today's Preakness as country house came down with a cough, after the derby, and the decision was made to bypass today's middle jewel of racing's triple.
"scott wykoff" Discussed on KOMO
"Van Cise. Among our headlines, the Justice department identifies a military veteran accused in a terror plot in southern California officials say Mark Stephen Domingo who had converted to Islam had several specific targets, including Jewish people churches and law enforcement, the LAPD and FBI says Dominque overseas what he believed to be a pressure cooker bombs from undercover agents, they think he may have been inspired by the attack on a mosque in New Zealand and director John singleton has died at the age of fifty one being taken off life support today after a massive stroke more than a week ago. He shot to start him in nineteen ninety one for the film boys in the hood. The film earned him an Oscar nomination for best director hard to know, why people are drawn to antisemitism. But it's clear social media is helping to spread its message. The accused gunman who killed one person. And injured three others at a poet, California's synagogue, posted somewhat of a manifesto on social media covering the use of social media in these types of attacks is Washington Post senior editor Mark Fisher. He spoke with komo's Tom hutler. What do we know about the shooter's presence on social media before the attack will he was certainly by his own account? Someone who was quite active especially in some of the. Shady corners of the internet and social media sites where he was able to create a vice about how to carry out such an attack. So there's both the wide open spaces of Twitter and Facebook and places like that where the ideology is spread YouTube. But then there's also these quieter less popularly known places where people like ideology come together to discuss trade graft, if you will some people have pointed out to what the president has or has not said well in the White House and tried to connect to these types of attacks at houses of worship. But in your reporting, you say he was actually criticized by the shooter is interesting. He was criticized both by the shooter and by those who were horrified by the shooting, and so the shooter distanced himself from both the president and from both liberals and conservatives alike, like many of these shooters he presents himself as a without ideology. And unless you think of geology as the this racist of point that he puts forward about somehow defending the European race against Jews. That's about the extent of his ideology. But the president did come in for some criticism from religious leaders across the country who wanted him to make a strong clear statement against this kind of terrorism and intact prison did that on Saturday night at a campaign rally where he made a strong statement against the anti semitism that lurks behind these kinds of attacks as well as on other religions, so at least this time the president's rhetoric does not seem to be as divisive as it was after the Farley spill into Mark Fisher with the Washington Post is with us on this shooting at a synagogue over the weekend. It seems anti-semitism is growing stronger in America is that factual or is it just blowdrying because of social media. Well, that's that's an excellent point. And in fact, if you look at the survey. Data over the last few decades Americans have become more tolerant of other religions and express less in the way of anti-semitism than they did say thirty forty years ago that consistent with findings and other countries to where an anti semitic attitudes at least in the larger scale or diminished. But we have seen at the same time increasing anti semitic events, whether it be shootings of vandalism orison those kinds of attacks. So it's kind of a mixed. Message clearly extremists or lectuing onto at semitic ideas, in very much the same way that extremists have for centuries. Even as the larger population has grown more tolerant at the Washington Post. Mark Fisher speaking with komo's Tom hutler. Baltimore police searching for the gunman who opened fire at a cookout in that city on Sunday. One person killed several injured ABC's Scott Wykoff is on the scene tragic and cowardly how Baltimore's new police Commissioner Michael Harrison is describing what happened here late yesterday afternoon as eight people were shot one killed as a man walked up to a cookout going on here on the sidewalk where I'm standing right now. Opening fire then running away leaving behind at least forty shell casings littering the streets. Scott Wykoff, ABC news, Baltimore and. French authorities have arrested three adults and one teenager for allegedly planning an attack on security forces in the coming days. Prosecutors say they were arrested as part of an investigation into a terrorist conspiracy, which they describe as a plan to violent terror attack. Komo news time to twenty an update on our propel insurance business news. Here's Tim Cesco a somewhat disappointing quarterly report from Google parent company after the market closed today. Alphabet.
"scott wykoff" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Officers ordered Paul Witherspoon out of his vehicle, but opened fire when his door open to abruptly kisha green is his car, and he put his hands up. He was instructed to do. So what what else do you still shoot us? What what more do you want us to do? Rodney Williams's Witherspoon ankle his nephew was not injured in the shooting. Nevertheless, he's calling for the officers involved to be fired happened to my nephew. Thank God that he's alive. But at like me, and my niece talk about we want what happened to him to impact community for the better with us wounds girlfriend twenty two year old Stephanie Washington was in the passenger seat at the time and was shot in the torso. She's now recovering from surgery. Connecticut state police both officers involved have been placed on leave pending the results of an investigation. Police are still searching for the gunman who targeted neighborhood cookout in west Baltimore. Correspondent Scott Wykoff report tragic and cowardly is how Baltimore's new police Commissioner Michael Harrison is describing what happened here late yesterday afternoon as eight people were shot one killed as a man walked up to a cookout going on here on the sidewalk where I'm standing right now. Opening fire then running away leaving behind at least forty shell casings littering the streets. Police say they believe there was a second shooter who may have been firing back and while the gunman may have been targeting one or more people at appears he fired indiscriminately into the crowd wins. News time, twelve thirty four half a million bucks. That's nothing is word now that one family paid more than a million to get their kid. Into yale. Correspondent GIO Benitez has the latest in the college admissions cheating scandal. Family's attorney says they're twenty one year old daughter moved from China calif-. Area to attend high school and college. Now, the attorney says though, although she didn't want to singer pushed her to apply to Yale in China. The attorney went on saying that students are told there where to go to school so culturally, she thought she had no choice but to follow his advice. She's not been charged lawyers for actress Laurie Lachlan and her husband are expected in court today to enter more not guilty. Pleas Felicity Huffman day to plead guilty has been moved up from twenty first the thirteenth. That's because the lead prosecutor will be out of town. Change of plan at rye playland county executive George Latimer announced today that Westchester is terminating its relationship with standard amusements, it was three years ago and standard was contracted to both manage renovate the site. Latimer says the company has not been spending what agreed to to make improvements for its part standard amusement said the administration has been negotiating in bad faith, and called the decision deeply disappointing and devastatingly false. The deal is now set to end may twenty eighth. Playland park is set to open for the season.
"scott wykoff" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And it's your responsibility LA school. Police were called to investigate a threat made by a ninth grader against another student at Cesar Chavez, academy and San Fernando. Police went to the boys home, I said that they found two handguns at a rifle that were not locked up. A man who led police on an hour long? Chase through LA Orange County's is an ex con on probation. Investigators say the driver hit a woman in the passenger seat while he was trying to get away from police Southgate police sergeant Ishmael Rivera says the man was out because of the state's prison realignment. We know that. He's a twenty nine year old ex felon who is currently on. Or AB one oh nine the man drove through a park on sidewalks and onto incoming traffic last night police eventually caught him inside a store in Rowland heights. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news federal agents of right of the home and office of Baltimore's may or ABC's Scott Wykoff says he saw go down FBI agents were carrying boxes from the mayor's detached two car garage inside to the back door of her house. I've also seen IRS agents coming in and out of mere puce home, Catherine Pugh being investigated as to whether us sales of our children's books to disguise government, kickbacks, Maryland's governor is joined others in calling for resignation. This has been a heartbreaking case, a former Florida police officers has been sentenced for killing a black man who's SUV had broken down. John yesterday gave the fired Palm Beach gardens officer to terms for each of his convictions manslaughter and attempted murder here by sentenced him. To twenty five years in the department of corrections. He's going to be served at the same time. Prosecutors said that the officer drove up on the stranded man in two thousand fifteen while implying closed.
"scott wykoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The nationally renowned university of Maryland shock trauma, where twenty four year old employee of the university of Maryland school of medicine was shot here in Baltimore police say the suspect was quickly taken into custody. Just a few blocks from here or officers say they recovered, a loaded handgun the physician in chief here at shock. Trauma says this shooting is as close to home as it ever has been for the team here. Scott Wykoff ABC news Baltimore five people are dead after a small twin engine plane falls from the sky, and it's a home in Yorba, Linda, California ABC's Alec. Stone says the pilot and four people in the house were killed two others on the ground injured. This plane was too small for a black box. So investigators have to use other ways of piecing together. What happened on board? The look for any GPS devices any ipads, or tablets, the pilot might have been using the look over maintenance records it was in one thousand nine hundred eighty one twin engine Cessna. Now, the work begins to piece together. The final fateful moments of the flight, according to witnesses the plane appeared to break apart in mid air scattering debris across that neighborhood. State. Police investigating a fatal crash today. Route one ninety five eastbound and Wareham happened about five this morning. Officers say a pickup truck ran off the road trapping the driver inside the people of one Texas town sleeping a bit easier. That's after an escaped murder suspect is caught Cedric marks has been implicated in the deaths of three people including two ex girlfriends and when he escape from a prisoner transfer van in Conroe, Texas every cop in town joined the search the forty four year old marks did not have a weapon except.
"scott wykoff" Discussed on WRVA
"Says a high standard must also be met for impeachment forty-one track and field athletes from Hampton university. It's escapes tarm over the weekend when their charter bus exploded in North Carolina students were traveling home on Saturday night from a meet at the university of South Carolina. When the bus went up in flames Wilson county, emergency management director, Gordon, Dino's said in a statement that the bus driver did an excellent job evacuating the students before the bus exploded, Dino send it took about thirty minutes to put out the fire as one hundred gallons of diesel fuel burned. These students were taken to a high school while another bus was dispatched, they arrived home early Sunday. One person injured after a shooting near the university of Maryland medical center. ABC's Scott Wykoff reports from Baltimore it happened right here outside the nationally renowned university of Maryland shock trauma, where a twenty four year old employee of the university of Maryland school of medicine was shot. Here in Baltimore police say the suspect was quickly taken into custody. Just a few blocks from here. Rob Fisher say they recovered a loaded handgun the physician in chief here at shock. Trauma says this shooting is as close to home as it ever has been for the team here. I people had been killed after a twin engine plane apparently broke apart in flight and crashed setting a home on fire Orange County sheriff's Lieutenant Corey Martino says the homes for occupants and the pilot died when airplane parts rained down on a neighborhood in the Los Angeles suburb of Yorba, Linda checking your money that our.
"scott wykoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Happening. We're just two hours away from the start of the state funeral of former president George H W Bush at the National Cathedral in Washington. This will be the fourth presidential funeral held here as it's also hosted the state funerals for presidents. Eisenhower Reagan and Ford as President Bush gave eulogies at the services here for presidents Reagan and Ford the service is expected to draw a capacity invitation only crowd of up to three thousand people that said it has. Also hosted memorial services for almost all of the president's since congress approved its charter one hundred and twenty-five years ago. Scott Wykoff ABC news, Washington. The president and first lady spent time visiting with the Bush family at the presidential guest quarters at Blair House across the street from the White House yesterday CBS's major Garrett says that shows a significant change of heart for two families that have not seen eye-to-eye in the past. President Trump's presence today at Mr Bush's funeral reinforce father began last summer when the Bush family, let it be known to the White House that the first family would in fact, be welcome. When the time came for a funeral for the forty first president and really in so many ways, it couldn't be and would not be any other way, the Bush family prizes, the presidency its resiliency, and it's bond among the president preventing President Trump from attending the funeral would undercut those goals and made at least part of the story about an excluded. Mr. Trump today, the focus bydesign will remain on the. The presidency life and legacy of Mr Bush with all living presidents paying tribute thousands of people have passed through the capital rotunda in the past few days WBZ's. Ben Parker tells us about one local couple who decided to extend their DC visit in order to pay their respect Nancy and her husband jeffer- from Wakefield after visiting DC for their son's birthday. They were set to come home earlier this week, but after George H W Bush die they decided to stay awhile longer and waited in line for hours at the US capitol. It's a great honor. He's a wonderful wonderful.
"scott wykoff" Discussed on KOMO
"Drive home today not too bad we'll have cloudy skies by later on this evening and the low of fifty degrees tonight a high tomorrow of sixty three with partly sunny skies so it's not as though if you took time off this weekend and thought darn i should've taken the whole week off it's not like you're going to be fantastic weather a chance of showers wednesday thursday and friday with temps in the mid sixties right now in seattle it's sixty degrees and mostly cloudy at komo news komo news time twelve twenty six president donald trump remembering those who've served the country in the military on this memorial day abc's karen travers reports from the white house memorial day event at arlington national cemetery president trump highlighted us navy veteran racia vez who at one hundred and six years old is the oldest living survivor of the attack on pearl harbor gray you are truly an inspiration to all who are here today and all of our great country the president joke that chevette doesn't look a day older than sixty karen travers abc news the white house while we here in the northwest get plenty of sun this weekend there's been devastating flooding in the baltimore area here's abc's scott wykoff worst than the historic flooding less than two years ago in july of two thousand sixteen that's how maryland governor larry hogan and howard county executive alan kittelmann are describing the scene here in ellicott city as water from rain of seven to ten inches in just a few hours ravaging main street once again as it did twenty two months ago the governor declaring a state of emergency making it so that state resources are available.
"scott wykoff" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A girl at a house party in menefee relatives say perkins was home for the summer after completing his freshman year police are still searching for the shooter president trump has marked memorial day at the arlington national cemetery by laying a wreath at the tomb of an unknown soldier trump also tweeted those who died for the country would be proud of how well it's doing with the best economy in decades and low employment numbers the middle school teacher in indiana shot three times while taking down a school shooter says his students are the reason he did what he did my actions on that day in my mind were the only acceptable actions i could've done given circumstances kids in the class during the shooting friday say the science teacher jason semen through a basketball at the shooter's head then ran and tackled the teen and swatted the gun out of his hand a thirteen year old girl in the class who was shot is in the hospital the school's principal says the girl is doing better the baltimore baltimore area has been hit with severe flash flooding over the weekend abc's scott wykoff says the flood is considered to be worse than historic flooding that affected the same area in maryland in two thousand sixteen water from rain of seven to ten inches in just a few hours ravaging mainstreet once again as it did twenty two months ago the governor declaring a state of emergency authorities in ellicott city estimated yesterday more than one hundred buildings have been damaged by the flood waters about thirty people had to be rescued the storms also tossed vehicles around like matchbox cars and blew out windows one national guardsmen has been reported missing but so far no fatalities have been reported and checking our traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic.
"scott wykoff" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"Front was taken off of the yard and they filled it up with rocks those stones that were replaced their held off the water this time but the pga crews here are waiting to actually get into the heart of elegant city we were told a little bit earlier that the power and the gas service to historic elegant city down in those buildings that were so hard hit by the rushing waters yesterday was shut off just to make sure everything was safe so eventually these pge crews will get down there to check them out wbal scott wykoff lives in ellicott city thanks and bg's reporting about twelve hundred fifty customers without power more than six hundred are in howard county we'll talk about the effort to help ellicott city talk about flood damage elsewhere coming up first traffic and weather twelve o five wbz news now wbal newsradio ten ninety traffic northbound i ninety five howard county on the brakes t sixteen at one seventy five and accident rollover crash is adjust the left lane getting by northbound ninety five one seventy five the parkway slows from four ten in hindsight will pass greenville road but the parkway north of laurel is a better idea than i ninety five coming back from the beach a lot of folks are it's heavy on fifty westbound through the signals in eastern and then it's jammed up from before the traffic signals before four zero four at old y mills road that continues right on into the thrill one merge and there's more heavy traffic now beginning on ken island and see this is gonna be jammed up beginning just after castle marina road and heading over toward the bay bridge route three westbound lanes are indeed open right now i'm jim russ wbal newsradio ten ninety al ltv eleven weather we'll see mostly cloudy skies throughout most of the day cloudy and cooler a thirty percent chance for an isolated shower high seventy four mostly cloudy tonight with low temperatures into the sixties partly cloudy warmer and the driest day of the week on tuesday high eighty five i'm meteorologist tiller brenda on wbal newsradio tonight is overcast sixty two degrees have wbal news now where it's twelve o six wbal news now continues on wbal newsradio ten ninety and the wbal at one.
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"To charities the comfort crew for military kids tragedy assistance program and the national military family association julius later if i knew of least canine named duke has been hurt during a burglary bust in hemmitt police found a truck backed up to a business early yesterday someone who was inside the building made a run for it then while an officer and his canine chased that person someone else tried to drive the truck away the truck nearly hit the officer and hit the dog's leg duke was taken to the veteran is back home now both accused burglars were taken to arrested and taken to the hospital one had been shot by police a flight instructor and his assistant have been accused of kidnapping a foreign student and trying to send them back to china the student was taking part in a training programme sponsored by china's civil aviation authority police in reading say the flight instructor showed up at the students house thursday until the me was getting kicked out of the country the student managed to call his brother who called the cops the first name stormed of the atlantic city hurricane season has arrived just in time to mess up the memorial day vacation sub tropical storm alberto is expected to hit the florida panhandle today tourism companies like boogies water sports in duston have had to put away their jetskis has been getting gassed up and up on the dry drydock storage bridge just so you know they don't have a chance of washing away on the beach or hitmen jetties or anything like that does maximum sustained winds were clocked about sixty five miles an hour overnight a tropical storm warning is in effect along the panhandle and as far west is the mississippi alabama state line the baltimore area has been hit with severe flash flooding over the weekend abc's scott wykoff says this lead is considered to be worse than historic flooding that affected the same air area maryland in two thousand sixteen water from rain of seven to ten inches in just a few hours ravaging main street once again as it did twenty two months ago the.
"scott wykoff" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"Hey how news now at noon continues on wbal newsradio ten ninety in the wbal well they're already horses in saturday's preakness working out at pimlico wbal scott wykoff with update with showers a possibility right now for the third saturday in may six time preakness winning trainer d wayne lukas says the wet track experienced out here this morning seemed to comedy fears of what mother nature might bring i told the girl there i said kelly this things better right now changed immensely so obviously handles this very well in fact he says we get showers and then this sunshine little breeze i'm all for a shower every day scott wbal newsradio tame ninety preakness coverage all week day long preakness coverage starts saturday at seven am the race itself around six twenty here on wbal newsradio ten ninety orioles back in action tonight racking up the homestand with a two game series with the phillies andrew kashmir on the mound for the orioles first pitch 705 orioles of one five seven tonight the national hockey league conference finals resume in washington game three of the series between the capitals and lightnings capitals have two games synon lead and if you're going to the game the dc metro will stay open for an extra hour of service faceoff is at eight o'clock right now on wall street the dow is down nearly two hundred forty three points the sp five hundred is down about twenty four and the nasdaq is down about seventy seven and a half jonathan murray with the closing bell report for us coming up this afternoon at four twenty five on wbal news now wbal newsradio ten ninety traffic traffic on the southwest side beltway cruiser in the process of getting everybody out of the roadway at the scene of an earlier crash interloop at south western boulevard at the moment we're getting two lanes by leopard i think is going to change as we speak i'll let you know in just a second here delays begin on the end of the washington boulevard on ninety five north at one ninety five lining up to the left to pick up the beltway exit and southbound ninety five is slow exit coming out of town to get onto the inner loop where as i can tell you now all lanes are just been reopened just beyond south western boulevard traffic.
"scott wykoff" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"And the wbal well fo too good tuesday afternoon to your last hour the new york times reporting president trump telling french president emmanuel macron he plans to announce the withdrawal of the us from the iran nuclear deal that's according to a person briefed on the conversation quoted by the new york times the president makes his announcement this afternoon to o'clock we'll have live coverage here on wbz newsradio ten ninety montgomery county police studio release more information later today about an apparent murdersuicide in brookeville montgomery county free people were shot and killed then the suspect forty one year old christopher wilson snyder killed himself wb l scott wykoff reports imagine having your neighbor run into your house in having her husband follow opening fire killing three people that's exactly what happened in this montgomery county neighborhood of nine hundred thousand dollar homes and what about a motive we asked montgomery county police chief tom manger right now that's still under investigation what we do know from talking to the suspect's wife she reports that she'd been held by her husband over the weekend and took an opportunity to run out of the house and went into the neighbor's house which i think ultimately caused him to go to that neighbor's house where he killed three people the suspect who then killed himself reportedly was a licensed dealer of special restricted firearms that's wbal scott wykoff now the police chief says snyder was well known to police the baltimore county school board meets tonight for the first time since last week when the state school superintendent rejected the appointment of alita white as the permanent school superintendent studying ethics issues and an incomplete audit of the school systems procurement policies the school board could ask the state school superintendent karen seven to reconsider her point her for another year as interim school superintendent fitzpatrick's a candidate for baltimore county school board thinks dr salmon should not have meddled in this issue governor hogan frankly i feel is is basically at war with our county executive kevin campbell was kinda for governor and i don't know who's going to win that grand but one thing i know it's never good for people living on the battlefield and right now that's our students fitzpatrick appearing this morning on wwl news now with brian nieman in the last hour governor larry hogan signing more than two hundred bills passed this year into law mum.
"scott wykoff" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"Way we feel both free and liberated call him out when we see fit and we can say that to me is a great piece of legislation are there are a lot of things and sometimes i i look at the president say follow him on policy not by a how he carries himself with the things he says which is tough for some people but if you have trump derangement system i think i've talked to those people i talked to a lot and the constitution pretty much goes out the door he could care less they could care less and these are people who claim to care about decrepit any moves being made on president obama let me ask you real quick and a couple of minutes that we had before it's also has this is three years since freddie gray got arrested and if you think about what's happened in the city i'm gonna talk about born april twenty three or twenty seven th when extra think about how city what we've been through three years it has been a rough go it has been it feels like almost a never ending nightmare in a lot of ways we've changed politically i think we're trying to accepts they've sturdy we're trying to pick ourselves up off the ground in a lot of ways and maybe there's light at the end of the tunnel on a number of issues interesting story today in the sun about some very specifically and historically really rough neighborhoods in the city and some quick turnarounds they've had in this year some hope about crime being down scott wykoff was at the area where freddie gray was arrested this morning reporting right here wbz newsradio ten ninety and he just remarked on just you know three years later because there then still vacant houses the impact no touchy stores everything from both what actually happened that day and reforms in the police department or how people feel about the police department to what how it impacts our industries here our business community here the post crime world the baltimore orioles attendance let me tell everyone a little secret here i'm both the ravens and orders can talk about this and i'm not trying please don't misconstrue what i'm saying when it comes to what really matters here but these things do matter to the business community and people want jobs in the city people talk about attendance issues at these places people look at.
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"Pal broadcast center this is wbal news now at new with robert on wbal newsradio ten ninety and the wbal twelve oaks too good friday afternoon te'o howard county this friday adding to its reputation as the prostitution sting capital of maryland the latest thing came at a hotel on twin knowles wrote in columbia near the busy intersection of routes twenty nine and one seventy five howard county police say they arrested eleven men who showed up after detectives placed fake ads on a website that's known to cater to men searching for hookups with prostitutes the men called and set up appointments and when they showed up at the hotel they were arrested on prostitution and disorderly conduct charges by the way howard county police are now posting their own ads on that website that read looking for a girl police are looking for you and the ads worn would be john's to stay away from howard county bills anco wbal newsradio ten ninety what officials found in the storage lockers led to an arrest for rape and child pornography inside one of the self storage facilities here in pasadena they found evidence of nearly a decade of sexual abuse of a teenage girl and a school age boy glenn ranger was supposed to be taking care of each of them investigators who are very early in their investigation i believe a potential exists that there may be other victims other individuals who had contact with this individual and they're urging anyone who may have been a victim or who has information about this investigation to contact and that's why state police spokesman great shipley says they are worried this case could get much worse wbal scott wykoff in pasadena the clock is ticking in annapolis for members of the maryland general assembly session ends for the year at midnight monday the fate of hundreds of bills being decided your lawmakers did it be in session all day today part of the day tomorrow then all day on monday among them a crime bill which increases the maximum sentences for a variety of offenders violent offenders and boosts funding to safe streets and other crime fighting programs the bill passed the senate but it's facing some opposition in the house from baltimore city democrats who point out some of the tougher sentences unfairly targeted african americans one of.
"scott wykoff" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"Good afternoon i'm bill vanco we have ourselves and honest to goodness winter storm raging across central maryland right now one of the biggest of the last couple of years and it's not over yet says meteorologist tony pann has it stands we're going to get some significant accumulations this just isn't gonna be what i would call a blockbuster event but you know five six inches of new snow in some places wbal scott wykoff was driving around all morning but for the last hour or so he's been hunkered down south of the city because travel conditions were true treacherous to risk driving seeing any improvement right now scott bill so after this report i'm going to pull out here on the west nursery road at the bwi park wayne rondo county and get back on the road again but for the last hour it was treacherous out here it was the type of situation you didn't want to be on the road heavy snow falling the road crews they were trying to get after it but they just couldn't catch up with it finally now in this portion of enron they'll county they're finally starting to get after because the snow though it's still coming down is coming down a little softer and it's not that heavy big wet flakes that we had a little bit earlier but i tell you a lot of folks just shaking their head as i see him pulling into this royal firm saying why did i go out even like this today wbal scott wykoff that's the story from the south of the city let's go up north now to carroll county i'm wbal bosque along route one forty in westminster roads are all they're getting bad i mean i wouldn't be out on with you didn't have to be terry doyle will use his crowd today to make some money and then all the freebies the family and neighbours lots of freebies on a daily yeah you got a lot of friends about six inches is already on the ground here this part of carroll county in westminster fully muskie wbal newsradio ten nine and joining us live on the wbal news land right now state highway administration spokesman charlie charlie you've probably heard what the.
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"Snow the snow is relentless out here it keeps coming down bill and it's the type of snow that is happy that it's wet and it just won't go away wbal scott wykoff reporting from south of the city how about north i'm wbal school yaacob husky here alongside one forty in westminster where the roadway is slippery and snow covered it has been snowing for a pretty good clip here for quite some time already about six inches of snow on the ground and the city of annapolis is telling us that the department of transportation areas going to stop its transport services of three this afternoon that includes the shuttle from downtown annapolis it takes people who work in downtown annapolis back to navy marine corps stadium so that will be done as of three this afternoon city of frederick meanwhile telling people to wait until the event is over before they start clearing their sidewalks because there warning people if you clear them now the plows are just going to push the snow back onto the sidewalk closings delays continue mount some colleges changing schedules for this afternoon if they didn't already this morning that list dated for your moment by moment at wbal dot com and a late word from austin texas you're the story this morning about the suss in the bombings of the last few weeks blowing himself up as a swat team moved in the police have been going to his house in investigating they're now just in the last few minutes they've told us the police have begun evacuating the area near the home where the bombing suspect lived they were worried they might find something inside that house that would trigger more explosions now perhaps they have because they were evacuating that area in austin texas more from that coming up on abc at the top of the hour wall street right now dow is having a pretty good day suddenly the dow is up one hundred thirty points the snp up eleven the nasdaq up twenty four oil prices up another two percent today back over sixty three dollars a barrel more for coming up at twelve thirty four i'm bill vanco.